Pathway peer review to improve quality

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McCormick, Barry
Health Foundation
Date of publication
1 May 2012
Health Services
Social welfare
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In this thought paper, Professor Barry McCormick explores a novel approach to improving quality. He argues that pathway peer review offers a high-quality and complementary addition to the market regulation of the NHS. It utilises the benefits of professional insight and self-regulation in what is argued to be a cost-effective way.

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